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Excitement builds ahead of Adelaide’s $330m SkyCity casino reopening
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Excitement builds ahead of Adelaide’s $330m SkyCity casino reopening
The rapid development of Adelaide is gathering pace with the $330m reopening of SkyCity casino­ on November 28, with the complex to include several high-profile bars and restaurants and shine a spotlight on the city which has benefited from early border reopenings.
Village Roadshow takeover edges closer as buyer locks in bid lift
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Village Roadshow takeover edges closer as buyer locks in bid lift
Private equity firm BGH Capital will pay part of a promised uplift in its takeover play for theme park and cinema operator Village Roadshow.
Happy ending on hold for cinemas as lack of films hits hard
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Happy ending on hold for cinemas as lack of films hits hard
Australia’s cinemas could be waiting some time for their happy ending as they weather the ongoing impact of the coronavirus.
Tee up an investment in a Holey Moley golf venue
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Tee up an investment in a Holey Moley golf venue
Why merely test your mini golf skills at popular entertainment venue Holey Moley when you can own the building that houses one? But that’s not all that’s on offer at this property at Newtown in …
Melbourne’s iconic Festival Hall bought by Hillsong Church
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Melbourne’s iconic Festival Hall bought by Hillsong Church
The Hillsong Church has purchased iconic Melbourne music venue Festival Hall for a whopping $23m.
Sydney swingers club known for group sex parties up for sale
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Sydney swingers club known for group sex parties up for sale
A swingers club premises that used to host group sex parties for profit before it closed down has come up for sale with a unique proposition for potential buyers.
Sex sells as Queensland’s first legal brothel hits the market
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Sex sells as Queensland’s first legal brothel hits the market
If sex really does sell, this saucy investment opportunity won’t last long.
How Australian picture theatres of yesteryear are surviving the pandemic
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How Australian picture theatres of yesteryear are surviving the pandemic
They’ve survived world wars, financial crises and countless other challenges throughout their very storied histories.
Historic Hobart waterfront buildings tipped to draw international interest
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Historic Hobart waterfront buildings tipped to draw international interest
Two multi-level properties on the Hobart waterfront have hit the market and are expected to draw international interest and score multimillion-dollar sales.
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